All Elite Wrestling held their biggest event of the year last August 28, with the company’s inaugural All In London PPV from Wembley Stadium. All In London 2023, which featured AEW World Champion and ROH World Tag Team Champion MJF defending his AEW World Championship against Adam Cole in the main event, brought in over 70,000 fans in attendance and had 200,000 buys on PPV, the most purchased PPV of 2023 for the company and the biggest event in company history since last year’s Double Or Nothing.
AEW previously announced that they will be returning to Wembley Stadium in London, England on Sunday, August 25 for their 2024 All In London Event and this time they will have a bigger stage as Tony Khan was asked for a different setup to accommodate additional Taylor Swift concerts.
According to WrestleTix, 27,349 tickets have already been sold for next year’s All In PPV Event, with 13,054 tickets still remaining for a setup of 40,403. Tickets for the show are currently on pre-sale, which started on Monday, November 27, while AEW will open up additional seats tomorrow, December 1 at 9AM BST via Ticketmaster.co.uk. for the general sale.
You can check out the tweets below:
One of the many AEW All In 2024 pre-sales is underway and here's a quick look at what has been opened so far (14,497 currently available). If you were trying to get tickets, what was your experience like? pic.twitter.com/u7z2roHeHX— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) November 27, 2023
This is the current seating map. Blue sections are fully opened with a setup of 40,403 tickets right now.— Drainmaker 🌧️ 💵 (@DrainBamager) November 29, 2023
They will open up more sections later. pic.twitter.com/QtrksKcuTy